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    Posted on May 9, 2013

    Everything You Forgot About The July 2003 Issue Of Vanity Fair

    "It's totally raining teens!"

    In 2003 Vanity Fair rounded up the "teen royalty" of the day and in case you forgot, IT WAS PRETTY EPIC.

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    Let's delve in shall we?

    Oh, what an innocent and lovely picture Evan Rachel Wood, Hilary Duff and Lindsay Lohan. NOT.

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    Though Hilary and LiLo look like total BFFLs, Lizzie McG herself had just been dumped by Aaron Carter for Lindsay Lohan.

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    THIS WAS SERIOUS DRAMA, PEOPLE!

    Evan Rachel Wood got her big break in 2003's Thirteen.

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    She now plays Queen Sophie-Anne on True Blood.

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    Up next, Mandy Moore.

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    In 2003, Mandy was dominating the teen scene with tearjerkers like A Walk To Remember.

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    Let's all take this moment to collectively remember the massive crush we had on Shane West after AW2R.

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    Sigh...

    And then there was RAVEN SYMONÉ.

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    Who was of course, so Raven.

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    And one must not forget about THE OLSEN TWINS.

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    Talk about TEEN ROYALTY. Look how cool they are. I mean MK's bra straps are totally showing on purpose. ON PURPOSE.

    Sadly for those of us trying to tell them apart, they're both blonde again.

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    And last but certainly not least, there was Alexis Bledel and Amanda Bynes.

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    Remember Rory Gilmore?

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    Now she's marrying Pete from Mad Men.

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    Rory always got the smart ones...

    Or Amanda Bynes in What A Girl Wants? That was some great stuff.

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    Sadly, she has since retired from acting.

    Twitter: @AmandaBynes

    But luckily she still lives on our Twitter feeds.

    2003, NEVER FORGET.

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